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Dolley Madison First Spouse $10 Gold Coin First Lady, 1809–1817

May 8, 2018 - First Lady, 1809–1817 Dolley Payne was born in North Carolina in 1768, though her parents returned the family to their home colony of Virginia when she was still an infant. The woman who captivated Washington, DC, society, and is remembered...

Abigail Adams First Spouse $10 Gold Coin First Lady, 1797–1801

May 8, 2018 - First Lady, 1797–1801 Abigail Smith was born in Weymouth, Massachusetts, in 1744. As was customary for the time, Abigail did not receive formal education, but her quick mind and her curiosity for the world around her were nurtured in her...

Becoming an Authorized Purchaser

July 12, 2019 - Congressionally authorized, American Eagle Bullion Coins are minted and issued by the United States Mint. They are intended to provide investors with a convenient and cost-effective way to invest in precious metals. Since their launch, American Eagles have become the...

First Spouse Gold Coin Program

July 28, 2020 - The United States Mint honors our nation’s first spouses by issuing one-half ounce $10 gold coins featuring their images in the order they served as first spouse.  The Mint issues First Spouse Gold Coins on the same schedule as the...

Mint Police at U.S. Bullion Depository Secure National Assets

April 17, 2017 - by Office of Corporate Communications December 23, 2015 Each department of the United States Mint supports the overall mission to serve the American people by manufacturing and distributing circulating, precious metal and collectible coins and national medals, and securing assets...

The History of the Carson City Mint

April 17, 2017 - by the Office of Corporate Communications August 5, 2015 The Carson City Mint was established by Congress on March 3, 1863, to serve the coinage needs brought about by the Comstock Lode, the largest silver strike in the Nation’s history....